Carbondale

The Sopris Sun

Kyle Raymond, introducing a new restaurant to the space previously occupied by Town, and Carbondale Chamber of Commerce executive director Andrea Stewart are guests on today's Everything Under the Sun, a weekly live call-in show highlighting the latest stories from the Sopris Sun.

Aspen Pitkin County Employee Housing Inc.

30 affordable rental units, divided between two adjacent buildings, are on their way to being developed along Dolores Way in Carbondale. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has more…

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The community is invited to help plant new trees in three Carbondale parks for Arbor Day this Saturday, May 5. KDNK spoke with Carbondale’s new town arborist Mike Callas and Tree Board member Gabe Riley to learn more...

MSP I LLC

As work begins for building the new City Market, details are emerging about plans for the surrounding property. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has more.

Jack Dagger

Knife throwing expert Jack Dagger, The King of Fling, stopped by KDNK to speak with April Spaulding while visiting Carbondale.

Artspace

 


In December, the Town of Carbondale contracted Artspace, a nonprofit real estate developer based in Minneapolis, to explore the feasibility of creating new, sustainably affordable spaces for arts and culture in Carbondale. Earlier this month, ArtSpace revealed their findings, including recommended locations. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has more. The 38-page report is available for review here.

Raleigh Burleigh

Hundreds gathered on Saturday for Carbondale’s March for Our Lives, organized by Alexandra Menter, contributing writer for Alice. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh was on the scene.

Cedar Networks


Durango-based Cedar Networks has now installed fiber optics on every utility pole in Carbondale proper. Co-owner Chris Stebner told KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh that the plan is to expand into neighborhoods, based on demand.

Deltaz

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, February 15th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale.  For a list of today's events like the Deltaz at Carbondale Beer Works follow the headline...

Raleigh Burleigh

 


A resident of the Roaring Fork Valley has taken sanctuary in Carbondale and fights to remain with her children by avoiding deportation. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has this report.

Heidi Hendricks


Carbondale’s community gathered for the 108th Annual Potato Day this past weekend. Along the RioGrande ArtWay volunteers worked to clear weeds and rocks and to plant trees in preparation for future art installations. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has these reports. All are welcome to participate in the final Rio Grande ArtWay workday on Saturday, October 14th from 9 to noon at the intersection of 8th Street and the Rio Grande bike trail. Lunch will be provided.

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The Carbondale Board of Trustees met last night. Among items on the agenda, including the swearing-in of Luis Yllanes, there was ample focus on recent bear activity within and around the town. John Groves, representing Colorado Parks and Wildlife, warned that the activity could worsen and persist into November. The trustees also waived an ordinance to allow Rio Grande weed-eating goats to travel through town and adopted a resolution affirming Carbondale's support for the immigrant community. Click the headline to view the resolution in English and Spanish.

Luis Yllanes

 

Luis Yllanes, Senior Director of Exhibitions, Registration, and Installation, spoke to KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh about his recent appointment to the Carbondale Board of Trustees.

Equine Care on Ask the Vet

Jun 15, 2017
Alpine Animal Hospital

Host Jane Bacharach is joined by Dr. Chuck Maker of Alpine Animal Hospital to talk about equine care in the hot and social summer months of Colorado.

Station manager Gavin Dahl interviews Natalie Rae, a volunteer coordinator for this year's Dandelion Day, about educational opportunities at the event. Carbondale's Dandelion Day is this Saturday, May 13th, beginning with a parade down Main Street at 10am with live music, crafts, drinks, and more in Sopris Park until 5pm. 

March for Science

Estimates of at least 180 people joined in Carbondale’s Alice March for Science on Saturday, April 22. This was one of over 600 demonstrations across the world, including a March for Science in Aspen, to demand scientifically-informed, political decision-making. KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh reports. 

Cdale Improves Raw Water Efficiency

Sep 22, 2016
Steve Skinner

Rivers and streams are not just for municipal and agricultural use; recreational and ecological values are now in the mix, like how much water is needed to maintain fisheries and to keep the river ecosystem intact? Parts of the Crystal River almost run dry in late summer due to diversions for agricultural use and to keep Carbondale's ditches running. So, the town is working on ways to become more efficient with its raw water use. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.